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  • Abby Tails

    My Favorite Artist: Claude Monet Painting: Woman with a Parasol - Madame Monet and Her Son

  • Priscilla Torrance

    "Woman with a Parasol" -- Madame Monet and Her Son. Claude Monet. #ClaudeMonet #Monet #Woman_with_a_Parasol #MadameMonet

  • Loretta Shepard

    The Walk, Woman with a Parasol, Claude Monet 1875, oil on canvas 100 x 81 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. USA. This canvas is also known as Madame Monet and her Son. Painting Description : This woman with an umbrella painted against the light and from below is Camille, Monet's wife, and their son Jean.

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